FBI creates syllabus for 'Home IoT Network Engineer'
Is that on the list in Oregon yet?
Sounds like there's a lot of overlap with the CWNP courses. I did CWNA/CWSP ages ago, long before IoT changed from 'Objects' to 'Things', when the flashest device on the WiFi side was probably a HP iPaq 5550 - sales of Internet-connected tatt might take a tumble if even that lowish level of knowledge was understood. But, companies stick connectivity into everything these days as a way to sell to moneyed tech-fans and bright-eyed wannabes alike, so raising risk awareness like this is necessary. It's only lightly covered even in tech site reviews, though, so the old problem of selling copy, or shifting boxes, will mean proper device security (beyond stating what the headlines are, e.g. "WPA2" and "a/b/n/ac", etc.) will never be a high point on the feature list.